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All reviews maritime museum every saturday imax cinema hard rock cafe ferris wheel lots of restaurants sea life sydney aquarium chinese garden madame tussauds street performers watch the world other attractions great place to visit walk around opera house harbour
Brought visitors from overseas to see Darling Harbour shops had a coffee and a cheesecake and bought some souvenirs. They loved it had a great time, they will have fond memories of their time in Sydney
Visited Sydney in November. Down to Darling Harbour the first Sunday for breakfast. Very relaxing environment, good food, great coffee and a lovely walk afterwards. Came back the following Saturday night to watch the free fireworks.
See the big 5 Australian animals - Koala, Kangaroo, Wallaby, Tasmanian Devil, Wombat with a few more like a salt water Croc, Quokka and Cassowary in a compact setting. Pay the A$32 for the 'big ticket' and visit the ships at the Maritime Museum.
Darling harbour is a lovely place to visit while in NSW. Plenty to do. Lots of shops. Shopping mall. Great places to eat and drink overlooking the Harbour. Lovely boats. Taxi boats. You can go whale watching which is fabulous. To be so close to...More
We were staying in a hotel right next to Darling Harbour and it is a great place both during the day and at night. Loads of places to eat and drink together with various shopping areas. On Saturday night there is also a free firework...More
Response from WinnipegMaggie | Reviewed this property |
I agree with first response, you can walk (30-40) min but take the ferry for the best views of the bridge. The bridge is adjacent to central Quay, darling harbour is further inland and bridge is not visible from there.